Re: [taste-users] Blackbox_device and encoding sizes

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Dear Michael,

Well spoted. Actually the same problem was reported to us and fixed..just two days ago!

Please update TASTE and this particular problem should disappear.

A couple of other minor regressions have been reported with the new ASN.1 compiler, and are being fixed (also another one with the size of the buffers).

I will notify you when you can update again - most likely within a few days from now. Sorry for the inconvenience (the new compiler is still being actively developped and under stress tests at ESA)

Best regards

On Thu, 17 Jan 2013 16:17:40 +0100, <Michael.Dumke@xxxxxx> wrote:

Hi everybody,

I am currently working on a project with a black box device. I noticed that the encoding size for ACN in bytes seem much too big. Or probably it is just the same value as the ACN in bits.

For example in the subdirectory of a black box device the file dataview/dataview-uniq.h contains:

typedef double asn1SccMyReal;

#define asn1SccMyReal_REQUIRED_BYTES_FOR_ENCODING       13
#define asn1SccMyReal_REQUIRED_BITS_FOR_ENCODING        104
#define asn1SccMyReal_REQUIRED_BITS_FOR_ACN_ENCODING    104

Also maybe the XER_ENCODING is wrong.



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